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What is the age and value of a J Stevens 32 Short?


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2004-01-30 22:23:16
2004-01-30 22:23:16

The No. 16 (AKA Crack Shot) was manufactured from 1900-1913. It was msde in .22 and .32 Rimfire. These "Boy's Rifles" usually got a lot of use/abuse and are often found in less-than-poor condition. The Standard catalog suggests a retail value of $100 in Poor, $200 in Good, and $300 in Excellent condition. The .32 chambering is probably scarcer, but does not earn a premium. Also makes it practically useless since .32 rimfire ammunition is no longer commercially available and rimfire cartridges are not re-loadable.


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Please include the model number and serial number if it can be seen to get a accurate age to your rifle.

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Yes, because the int is 32 bit and a short is 16 bit.

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